Fire is Everyone's Fight

Fire is Everyone’s Fight

Fire is Everyone’s Fight® is a national initiative to unite the fire service, life safety organizations and professionals in an effort to reduce home fire injuries, deaths and property loss by changing how people think about fire and fire prevention.

Partner with us

USFA recognizes partnerships as a critical means of delivering accurate and consistent safety messages to the community. We invite fire departments, life safety organizations and fire and life safety professionals to partner on this important initiative. Once you join, we ask you to use the Fire Is Everyone’s Fight graphic and tagline on your existing and new materials.

Join the fight

To find out how you or your organization can support Fire is Everyone’s Fight, please contact Teresa Neal at 301-447-1024 or

Ways you can use the FIEF logo and our outreach materials

Check out how fire departments and fire service organizations are using the FIEF logo and public service announcements (PSAs) to help change how people think about fire and fire prevention.

The Springfield (Illinois) Fire Department used this PSA on city buses to promote the importance of smoke alarms.

The West Hartford (Connecticut) Fire Department posted this FIEF PSA at the Bradley International Airport.

The Bristol (Tennessee) Fire Department includes the FIEF logo on its department patch.

The Ohio State Fire Marshal’s Fire Prevention Bureau includes the FIEF logo on its conference and meeting display.

The Auburn (Indiana) Fire Department created FIEF logo decals for their fire service vehicles.

The International Fire Safety Training Association at Oklahoma State University used the logo during their conference to raise awareness about the FIEF initiative.

The Greenville (South Carolina) City Fire Department has a FIEF PSA at bus stops to promote safe cooking.

Is your fire department or organization using the FIEF logo or our outreach materials to help spread the word about fire prevention in your community? Email us a high resolution photo and we’ll showcase your effort here.

If you would like to use the Fire is Everyone’s Fight logo on materials you create

The Fire is Everyone’s Fight® logo is trademarked so we require that you complete a simple registration form to use it. Once you do, you’ll have access to various versions of the logo optimized for websites and print materials.

Register to use the logo on materials you create

Fire Is Everyone’s Fight community outreach guide

Information to help you spread the word about safe cooking, working smoke alarms and other fire risks in your community

There are dozens of ways you can use Fire is Everyone’s Fight to help teach people in your city or town to be safer. Our community outreach guide PDF 580 KB shares just a few ideas to help you get started. It offers suggestions for engaging people in the community. This guide will help you:

  • Integrate Fire is Everyone’s Fight content into your existing media and community outreach programs.
  • Reach out to organizations to arrange speaking opportunities.
  • Use social media to get the word out about fire safety and prevention.
  • Know what to say and how to say it simply and effectively.
  • Put together an event that attracts the audience you want to inform.
  • Create opportunities to get the word out.

Community PowerPoint presentation

This PowerPoint PPTX 1.5 MB includes slides to cover the essential home fire safety information for any community presentation. In addition, there are audience-specific slides for:

Use these additional slides as needed to customize your presentation to your audience.

Public service announcement videos

Share these videos on your website or social media accounts to encourage fire safety in your community and inform residents that Fire is Everyone’s Fight.

Register for / Watch fire safety and prevention webinars

Fire safety outreach materials from USFA

Featured Fire Safety for People with Disabilities flyer

fire safety for people with disabilities flyer

Download and customize this flyer with your organization’s logo.

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